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Shortcut to generate different property snippets in Visual Studio

, 13 Jan 2011 CPOL
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Shortcut to generate different property snippets in Visual Studio
These may be familiar to you. But many of you may not know the shortcut mentioned in the 2nd point here Smile | :)
 
1. Simple property, type prop and press tab.
2. Simple property with backing field, type propfull and press tab.
3. Simple property with private set, type propg and press tab.
4. Dependency property, type propdp and press tab.

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Comments and Discussions

 
GeneralMy vote of 4 PinmemberMember-394866326-Dec-12 20:01 
GeneralVS 2010 supports propfull. Yes from snippet manager we can s... PinmemberMahmudul Haque Azad13-Jan-11 0:56 
Generalpropfull doesn't work. What version of VS? BTW, you do know... PinsubeditorIndivara12-Jan-11 22:21 
GeneralReason for my vote of 5 nice Pinmembermaq_rohit12-Jan-11 4:13 

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